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Savannah, Ga., March 21, D. 19; Doc. 44; personal appearance of, P. 24; offered a place in Lincoln's cabinet, P. 9; speech at Richmond, Va., April 22, D. 40; Doc. 134; speech at Atlanta, Ga, April 30, D. 51; Doc. 175; speech at Atlanta, Ga., May 23, Doc. 270; notice of, D. 76


Stephens, Linton, his action on the secession of Georgia, D. 15


Stetson, C. A., his generosity, P. 28


Stevens, John A., D. 32; Doc. 306


Stenben Volunteers, of N. Y., D. 78


Stewart, Charles, Com., letter to G. W. Childs, D. 56; Doc. 186


Stewart, A. T., P. 55; his reply to J. P. Sprague, of Memphis, Ten., P. 100


Stiles, J. W., Colonel, Ninth Regiment, N. Y. S. M. Doc. 301


Stockbridge, Mass. D. 35


Stoddard, R. H., poems by, P. 4, 29, 72, 135, 142


Stokes, James H., Capt., Doc. 147


Stone, Charles, Capt., notice of, to organize militia of the District of Columbia, D. 9; notices of, D. 83, 103


Stone, Wm. O., D. 56


Storrs.----, Dr., of Brooklyn, D. 50


Stoughton, E. W., Doc. 135


Stowe, Harriet Beecher, P. 89


Strafford, Dr., of Md., D. 69


Streiff, Leonard, address to the Germans of Kentucky, Doc. 377


Strong, Charles E., wife of, D. 102


Strong, George, wife of, presents a stand of colors to the Sixth Regiment, N. Y. S. V., Doc. 367


Struve, Gustavus, speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 108


Stryker, Thomas J., of Trenton, N. J., D. 15


Sturgis, Capt., D. 43


Submarine batteries in Virginia, P. 128


Submarine beat at Philadelphia, D. 72


Suffolk Bar, Boston, Mass., D. 49


Sullivan's Island, earthworks on, D. 8


Sumter, Fort, the investment of, D. 18; intercourse with, cut off, D. 21; the question of reinforcing, P. 25; the condition of, Doc. 26; P. 8; rumored relief of, P. 22; Capt<*> to, P. 26; to be taken “without a fight,” P. 24; the fight at, P. 1; the killed at, P. 101; shot and shell expended during the bombardment of, P. 77; correspondence preceding the attack on, Doc. 51; the bom<*>ardment of, Doc. 52; opinions of the press on the bombardment of, Doc. 57; feeling in New York after the siege of, Doc. 61; Anderson's official report of the bombardment of, Doc. 76; the sermon preached by the guns of, P. 83; anecdote of the soldiers in, P. 12; an incident of, P. 115; a poem, by an American, P. 33; “Ink, Blood, and Tears,” P. 90 See Fort Sumter.

a ballad of 1861, P. 36; a poem by “Ike,” P. 85


Swift, Warren, Rev., enlisted, D. 33


Syracuse, N. Y., women of, D. 46; Regiment of, D. 84


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Talbot, Lieut., U. S. A., D. 21


Talbot, William, of Md., D. 58


Taliafero, —, Gen., D. 36; Doc. 121


Tallmadge, Grier, Capt., U. S. A. D. 76; Doc. 296


Taney, Chief Justice, at the inauguration of Lincoln, D. 18; his opinion in the case of John Merryman, D. 82, 92; statement in the case of Gen. Cadwallader, Doc. 301


Tappan, M. W., Col. First Regt. N. H. troops, D. 82; Doc. 294


Tappen, Charles B., D. 39


Tariff, the, Int. 27


Tarr, Campbell, Doc. 328


Tarring and feathering at New Orleans, D. 69; at East Fairhaven, P. 40


Taunton, Mass, citizens of, present Major Anderson as word, D. 35


Taylor, Alfred W., Col. First Scott Life Guard, Doc. 337


Taylor, Bayard, poems by, P. 32, 102


Taylor, Colonel, U. S. A. See The Traitor's Plot, P. 39


Taylor, Thomas House, D. D., D. 38


Telegraph, seizures of the, D. 73; destroyed by rebels in Missouri, D. 104; first message from a balloon, D. 108; the absurdities of the, P. 57


Tennessee, address to the citizens of, D. 30; address to the people of, by Niele S. Brown and others, Doc. 71; declaration of independence of, and League with the Southern Confederacy, D. 61; Doc. 201, 203; repudiation by the legislature of, See Preface, P. 143; anecdote of a traveller in, P. 23; Second Regt. of Volunteers arrived at Richmond, D. 74; Doc. 265


Terry, Alfred A., Col. First Conn. Regiment, D. 66, 68; Doc. 237


Texas, Convention of, passed an act of Secession, D. 16, 18; ordinance of secession of, Doc. 27; Twiggs' treachery in, D. 17, 18; the military complications in, D. 19; troops from, arrive at N. Y. D. 22; threatened by Mexico, P. 26; U. S. troops in, captured, D. 43


The Ballad of Cockey's Field, P. 52


The battle Cry, P. 140


The battle of Morris Island, a cheerful tragedy, P. 2


The Bones of Washington, P. 127


The call for Volunteers, P. 53


The Camp War-Song, P. 103


“The charge on the Twelve Hundred;” or the Fairfax Stampede, P. 141


The cockade Black Diamonds, P. 78


The Crisis, by J. G. Whittier, P. 123


The departure, P. 53


The First Defeat of the rebels, Doc. 59


The flag of Fort Sumter, P. 2


The Gathering, P. 63


The Great Bell Roland, P. 29


The Heavenly Omen, P. 72


The Hempen Cravat, by R. H. Stoddard, P. 142


The Holy war, P. 89


The Illumination of the City of Richmond, P. 36


The Leader, paper in Canada, extract from, D. 51


The Major and his Men, P. 51


The March of the Seventh, by R. S. O., P. 48


The Married Volunteer, P. 121


The Massachusetts Line, by the author of “The New Priest,” P. 122


The Massachusetts Regiments, P. 15


The Nation's call, P. 104


The Nation's Voice, P. 133


The, New Birth, April 15th, 1861, P. 30


The New Nation, from the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, P. 77


The New Year and the Union, by G. W. Prentice, P. 17


The Nineteenth of April, 1861, by L<*> Larcom, P. 31


The Northern Volunteers, P. 46


The Old Rifleman, P. 64


The ordered Away, P. 136


The Rattlesnake Banner, P. 135


The Rattlesnake's Fangs, an article on the Baltimore riot of April 19, Doc. 79


The Republic, by W. O. Bourne P. 75


The rising of the North, P. 123


The rising of the people, poem, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, by Elbridge Jefferson Cutler, P. 151


The secession flag, P. 15


The Sentinel of the Seventy-first, P. 29


The Seventh, P. 17


The Seventy-ninth, by Thomas Frazer, P. 122


The Shadow and the Substance, P. 128


The Sixth at Baltimore, P. 34


The Soldier's Hymn, P. 140


The Southern Malbrook, a song of the Future, P. 135


The Southern Volar teer's Farewell to his wife, P. 133


The Spotted Hand, a tale, P. 7


The Star of the West, a ballad, P. 92


The Starry Flag, a National song, by John Savage, P. 149


The stars and Bars, P. 66


The stars and stripes, P. 14, 16


The stripes and stars, P. 8


The Traitor's Plot, P. 39


The two Eras, April 19, 1775, and April 19, 1861, P. 34


The Union, right or Wrong, P. 86


The United States flag, P. 18


The Uprising of the North, P. 121


The Voices of the Hour, P. 117


The Volunteer, P. 103


The war Storm, P. 35


The will for the Deed, P. 87


The Yankee Volunteers, P. 63


The Yard-Arm Tree, P. 86


The Zouave's battle Song, P. 74


Thomas, Gen., D. 108


Thomas, John L., D. 69


Thomas, —, Judge, of Boston, D. 49


Thomasson, H. F., D. 72


Thompson, George W., Judge, D. 82; proclamation, at Wheeling, Va., May 28, Doc. 295


Thompson, —, judge, speech at Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 113


Thompson, Joseph P., D. D., notices of, P. 13; D. 38


Thompson, John R., P. 65


Thompson, W. P., D. 82


Thompson, —, Secretary, commissioner from Mississippi, D. 5; resigned, D. 12


Thouvenel, M., Doc. 191


Through Baltimore, the Voice of Pennsylvania Volunteers, P. 32


Ticknor, Frank, M. D., P. 64


Tilghman, Lloyd, Col., interview with Col. Prentiss, D. 60; Doc. 194


Tilton, Theodore, P. 29


“To arms!” by M. P. Lowe, P. 50


“To arms!” by H. A. Moore, P. 88


Tobacco, a Confederate gun charged with, P. 79


To Ellsworth, by John W. Forney, P. 89


To Massachusetts soldiers, P. 2


Tompkins, Chas. H., Lieut., charge at Fairfax Court House, Va., D. 89; official report of the surprise at Fairfax Court House, Va., Doc. 821


Tompkins, —, Col. Rhode Island Artillery, D. 34


Tompkins, S. W. B., Col., Doc. 264


Too good to be lost, P. 94


Toombs, Robert, his telegram, D. 5; his arrest spoken of, D. 12; correspondence with Mayor Wood, D. 16; Doc. 26; Secretary of State, S. C., D. 17; Address to the people of Georgia, Dec. 23, 1860, Doc. 7


Toronto Globe, extract from, D. 86

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